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THE DAILY CITIZEN
HUBHKa A McCKKl.tHT, iTjnLIHrUB
Thob. Udhhks Kill tor
W. T. McCwuhht, Rum. ftgr. and City Kd
f-t'HLIItHCD Dalit AMU WKRKLT
Awrclatd Pre Afternoon Telegram,
0111r1J Paper of rWrmlilloCotiinj.
I.argt Cltf and County Ctrcnlatlon
Th I-argwat Jsrm Meiloo Ctrrmlatlnn
Last-net North Arlsnna Clrrmlntlon,
ALRL'gUKRgCK, JI NK 15. im
Tun tlinnghta of it 1 1 nation are at thU
time centered ou war but mora teel in
need In the manufacture ot pen thaa la
11 th word and gun fartorle In the
Thi eoond parliament of religion
ought to be held at Benares In Muo, ac
cording to Indian paper, which rail
attention to the fact that that eitj la
acred to 600,0(10,000 BuddhleU and 3uo,.
Tug war will keep at home thU fun
nier 50,000 pereon who had Intended to
Tlnlt Kurope. About f I,5iu ii the average
ipenJllur of the foreign tourlet, mak
ing a total ot 75.0OO,nt0 that will be
kept at home thl summer.
BsrORR war wu declared every demo
cratic paper In the United (Mate clam
ored for boetllitlea with Kpaln. Now
they alng In chorus agalnitt the borrow
ing of money to prosecute the war. Tbey
evidently think the war can be con
ducted on wind.
It la reported from VYaahlngton that
the fact which has turned the scale Id
favor of Hawaiian annexation Is the
opposition of the sugar trout to that
neaeure. Members of congress shrink
from being on the same side with the
great saccharine monopoly.
Thi annexation ot the Hawaiian Is
land Is. at lat. In sight They will be
a part ot the United States domain In a
short lime, tt the present plans of the
frleud ot the admlnlntratlon In eon
gress go through. The resolutions have
been taken up In the house and will be
Toted on this week.
When talking of the traditional friend
ship of France for the United States, It
should not bs forgotten that the greed
and tneolenoe of the flrnt Krench republic
forced our Davy to make renrleals oo
Krench ships even In Washington's time.
Our ancestors extorted reepect for their
rights at the cannon's mouth.
Thr Ladronea would be an acceptable
group of inlands to have In the American
collection. They do not produce a great
deal, owing to their small size, but they
afford a splendid strategic harbor Juet
outelde the typhoon and earthquake belts.
If we take them over they ean alno serve
at an American cable station along with
Hawaii aud the Philippines.
Fob the flnit time In ths history ot the
United Blates the marines have had a
ehao.ce to fight, and certainly ths de
tachment at Santiago, Cuba, are proving
that they are soldiers and sailors of ths
right mettle. Kor days KO ot ths mar
ines havs held an exposed position on
the shore of Cuba aud repulsed every as
sault made by several tboueand Spanish
A CfcHTUKY Of WAR,
While the nineteenth century 1 Justly
spoken of as a century of peaceful prog
reee, of Invention and of emancipation,
It has been, nevertheless, a century of
war. It has been eetlmated that, within
the century, Turkey has experienced
thirty-seven years of war, Spain thirty
ons years, Italy twenty three years, Great
Britain tweuty-oue yearn, Krauce twenty
seven years, Austria Hungary seventeen
years, Kuxeia twenty-four years, Germany
thirteen years, Portugal twelve years, the
United Stales of America eleven years,
Sweden ten years and Denmark nine
vus or foil TO KltO.
I'orto bloo, like Cuba, poeeewma soil
ot marvelous fertility aud of but par
tially developed poeellllitle. The Inland
la rectangular In shspe, liio miles long
from eat to weit, aud forty miles from
north to south. In proportion to Its area
of 3,0(10 square miles, It Is one of the
nioet deusely populated countries In the
western hemisphere. According to the
last census, tukeu In 1S87, the population
was HU.ooil, fktio.OdO being whites.
The commerce ot i'orto Hlco Is almost
wholly In the bauds of the Spauiards
from the peulusula and a few foreign
houses that control the export trade ot
Its two leading staples, collee aud sugar.
The exports of codes In lM'X! amounted
In value to f W.OUO.iXK). The berry Is of
high grade, aud but little ot It readies
our markets, as it commands a higher
price In France, Germany aud other
Kuropeao countries. The sugar exported
lu the same year aiuouuted In value to
J.ooo.ooo, aud tobacco 1700,00(1. Ths
leaf Is of a good uuHlity, but much in
ferior to the choice grades growu lu
The war revui.e bill was signed by the
president on Monday and Is now lu oper
ation. It provides that ou the day after
the bill became a law the Increased beer
aud tobacco taxes, the tax ou Inherit
ances aud ths tax ou lea should go Into
effect. The provisions tor the lssuauce
ot celt Ideate of indebtedness aud bonds
also weut Into effect ou yesterday and
shonld the neCMMtty arlae the eoerMary rf
the treasury could Isxne certillcsles of In
riciterfne or sell binds at thl lime
The provision Disking it nundntory to
coin l.r,ono silver dollars each .ninth j
also became operative yesterday. The I
tax en mixed or alultvrated fl iiir wlllj
nerviiu operative sixty dsyi after the
dnte on which the president signed the
All of the special taxes and stamp tax
es, including the license tax on hankers,
brokers, theaters, etc., and the stamp
tsxes on commercial and legal papers,
proprietary article, telegram, express
and freight receipts and bills of Udlng.
sleeping and parlor cur tickets, etc., and
the lax on the grou Incomes of sugar
and petroleum reflniiig companies and
pipe line companies in excess of f 2r,0,oon
per year will become, operative on the
first day of July.
It Is expected that Die bond Issue will
be In the strictest sense of the word a
popular one. At a cabinet meeting, tt
was said that the smallest subscribers,
those asking for only one bond of 150, or
a certificate ot Indebtedness ot t.
would be supplied first. If the smallest
bids do not exhsust the Issue, those next
lowest will lie given bonds and syndicates
ill not be allowed to participate In the
Issue until the public evinces a disposi
tion to withdraw. The awards will be
made on July 15, although the bonds will
bs dated August I. They will be placed
for sale at postofllces, express companies
THS rLL S.l.k.11 IOMS.
The election In Oregon hss ben very
encouraging to the republicans, as It In
dicates that the usual change that fol
lows two years after the election of a
president may Dot be the rule this tall.
The legislatures to be elected In No
vember will choose eleven senator as
successors to that number of republicans
whose terms of ofllce will expire next
-arch. They will also elect six senators
to succeed the eame uuiuber of opposi
tion senators whose terms expire at the
same time. The opposition senators are
from California, Indians, Nebraska,
New Jersey, New York and North Dako
ta. If the vote of Oregon Is not except
ional the republicans confidently expect
to control the next senate by a large ma
Governors are to be chosen In nine
teen states that now have republican
executives and In six states that have
opposing administrations. These six
are California, Delaware, Kuiisas, Ne
braska, South Dukotaand Washington.
Several letters (roui the New Mexico
volunteers, now on their way to Cuba,
speak In the highest terms ot Captalu
Max Luna, In command ot the company
from this city. Captain Luna Is all
right, and he will be heard from In an
houorable way before the war Is over.
The really extraordinary performances
of mind readers of celebrity aslouud all
who witness llieru. Scientists cannot ex
plain them. Hamlet exclaims: "lhere
are more thimrs In heaven and earth.
Horatio, than are dreamt ot In thy phil
osophy." The wonderful feats ot mind
readers are slrougty corroborative of
this. Hut the reason ot the beneficent
effects of llostetter's Htomach Hitters In
case ot dyspepsia, malaria, rhenuiatlriiu,
biliousness, uervoumesH and kidney aud
bladder complaint, does not reuulre and
will not provoke Investigation. We know
that the medicine does effect thorough
cures In obstinate cases, that It dnee pre
vent the diseases to wii!i-h it In adapted.
I'aeil with persisteury it will re establish
I represent a company with a very
large capital, aud am prepared to ar
range loans for any amount of money re
quired on real estate mortgagee.
Also loans for building purposes on
long time at a low rale ot interest. Un
der the system which I represent I can
provide any owner of a suitable parcel ot
land money to build a house ou terms
which will enable him to build with the
money which he would have to pay tor
rent wu. Bhkeukn.
' Santa Fe, N. M.
Kauiarkabla lUu u.
Mrs. Michael Curtain. I'UluQeld, III.,
makes the statement, that she caught
cold, which settled on her lungs; she
was treated tor a mouth by her family
physician, but grsw worse. He told her
she was a hopeless victim of consumption
aud that no medicine could cure her.
Her druggist suggested Dr. King's New
Discovery for consumption; she bought a
bottle and lo her delight found herself
iieuetlled from first dose. She continued
its use and after taking six bottles, found
herself sound and well; now does her
own housework and Is as well as she ever
was. Free trial bottles of this great dis
covery at J. 11. Oil-Illy A l o.'s drug
store. Large bottles 50 cents and f I 00.
ltIM to Mining CoDgraaa.
The following Darned persons have been
appointed by the board of county com
tuisHiouers, as delegates to the Interna
tional Mining Congress to be held at Salt
Lake City, Utah. July fl, 7, 8 and U: H.C
l-eed aud 11. T. McKlnuey, ot Albuquer
que; 1. L. Merrill and 1'hll. J. Barber, ot
lllaud, and L. L. Henry, of Gallup.
llucklan'a Arnica Bla.
The best salve lu the world for Cuts,
Hruises, bores, I leers, Halt Khcuui, Fever
Sores, Tetter, Chapped Hands, Chllbluius,
I'orns, and all (Skiu Krtipllous, and posi
tively cures Plies, or no pay required.
It Is gutranleed to give perfect satisfac
tion or uiouey refunded. Price 25 cents
per Isix. Kor sale by J. U. O'lUtlly &
Co , Druggiols.
Th Uilllib AKulirtr
ot the permanent selllemeut of New
Mexico will bo celebrated at Chaiulla,
uear Santa Fe, or July Ullh. For per
sons wishing to attend the Atchison,
Topeka & Santa Fe .railway will on July
l -Hi. sell tickets to Santa Fe and return
at the rate of one fare for the round trip.
W. B. Trull, Agent.
Ili-.iui) la . in. mi In , ii.
(bun 1p1o.i1 iin-iinn n elenn hkin. Xo
IsMiily wtliioul ll. t ,i .ii. i.( iiii.li' Lalliur
lie 1111111 j.iiii bl.,... i,il I.,,,, u ,,.,i, by
iliii'iiiu up tin- l.iy In. r mi. I diiuuK all im
I.u.Um. I. .mm . , l;,.,, . ,u
lwiil.il m,,,,.,, ,H 1,1,,, Ubi-Mila,
'lint lli.,l a., l.ly l..lia ( ,l,-x,i, lalcinu
ieivts,-...i,iy (or t.-ii i-eiit. All drug
tfula, aalialai'tmu guarunu-t-d, lot-, 'Jie, Soe.
The death of Fruuk (iilmore Is'momen-
larily expected. Iv will be remembered
that (lllmore Is the young man who came
here for his health aud during the winter
had to have one of his feet amputated fur
tuberculosis of the ankle. After the am
putation the young man seemed lu be
growing better but his old trouble, con
sumption, has returned and Dr. Crosson,
his physician, says he cumiot live.
A special session of the Klo Grande
council of the Knights and Ladles ot the
Southern Home Is called for 8 o'clock to
morrow evening at the Kuights of
UONC THE STEEL RAILS.
Latest Item sf Railroad Interest Gilb
erts from ear Exchtegci.
wist tii iMnoYis ait noma.
A bran new track Is being lsld on the
main line In the yards at La Vegas.
The railroad boys at Needle are taking
It liltle easier since the stacking of
Andrew Dablen, who was laid np In the
La Junta hospital nearly tour months, Is
again at his post In th machine shops at
There Is ons passenger eoach to every
six mile of road, or 3.'),ooo In all, costing
at an average of fl.ooo each, IHJ,-
The Santa Fe company are putting In
a large number of culverts for draining
all along th track between La Vega
and this city.
The total mileage ot the railroads In
the United Blates I 1H3.77A, but the total
track mileage Is 210,12V, 0r more than 31
per cent, additional.
There I In th United BUte one lo
comotive for every flv miles of toad, or
3.').H."0 In all, costing at an average of
io.ixio each, 3'.5,5oo,000.
It Is rumored that the chief train dis
patcher at La Vegas, K. II. Smith, has
been promoted to the position of train
master of the Ban Marclal division.
Ths compensation of general officer
average I'.l.lU per day and of trackmen
1-17 per day. Of th operating force,
engine-men receive the highest pay, vlx.:
$1 (15 per day.
Owing to an accident to on ot the
boiler In the Baton machine shop Fri
day morning the machinist In the rail
way shops there were laid off during the
The Topeka (hops are to be surrounded
by a park. The barren waste of aand and
cinder la to be excavated, filled with
good rich soil aud sodded with the best
ot blue grass. Flower beds will also lie
The Atchison, Topeka & Banta Fe rail
way pay In taxes l,3t3,532, equal to 6
psr cent, of lie gross sud 17.A per cent of
Its net revenue. Query: What other
business pay such a proportion of It
receipts In taxes?
Kvery passenger locomotive hauls 61,-
471 passengsrs per year an average dis
tance of twenty-Ov and a halt miles.
Kvery freight locomotive hauls 87,'UU
tons ot freight per year an average dis
tance of 126 mile.
T. 0. MuHiern, who tor years was the
popular trainmaster on th Bant Fe
railway, between this city and La Junta,
ha been appointed superintendent of the
Mexican Central, vice 8. B. Styner, as
signed to other duties.
To take effect June 1st, ths Banta Fe
company will check bicycles free between
points In Colorado, Arlxona territory and
California, Only on bicycle or tricycle
will be allowed to a passenger. ThU
ruling conforms to the new law In force
In the state mentioned.
The pay roll ot the mechanical depart
mevt ot th Banta Fe In New Mexico for
the month of May amounted to over
fdO.OOO. Of thl amount (35,000 was
paid to shopmen, engineers aud firemen
residing lu Raton. This doe not Include
the wage of conductors, brakemen, sta
tion men or dispatchers.
Owing to the promotion ot a number
of firemen to be engineers, a general re
arrangement of position ot firemen will
take place. An entire change of the fire
men ou the passenger runs will be made
as follows: Fireman George Still will
be asslgued to 810, Denlson to 811, Mor
rison to 613 aud Davie to 814.
There are nearly thirty-five freight car
to every five mile of rood, or l,S04,r46 In
all, costing, at an average ot $500 each,
1132,323.000. Thi makes a total cost of
equipment (1,223,835,000, or nearly 12
per cent of the total etock and bond of
the railroads. The yearly cost of main
taining this equipment is $125,610,432,
The engineer that were sent to La
Vega lu tlia spring from Ft. Madison,
Iowa, and Argentine, Kansas, on account
of the heavy stock shipments, have been
ent back, owing to th Increased grain
shipments on the eastern division, and
to the alight falling oft of business on
this division during the summer and fall
THK MODERN BEAUTY
Thrive on good food and sunshine, with
plenty of exercise in the open air. Her
form glows with health and her face
blooms with Its beauty. If her system
needs the cleauslng action ot a laxative
remedy, she uses the gentle and pleasant
Hymn of Figs, made by the California
rig syrup to. only.
Vol' MTU OV JULY.
II Will Ita Calabratad la Graad Sly la la
Already men are at work repainting
the old llagHtaff, tiling Its chain stays,
plastering the old guard house aud other
wine Improving the appearance o' the
plaza In old town, which will be the
secueof the forthcoming Kourth of-July
The preparations making by ths resi
dents of old town for the day' titling ob
servance are on a large scale.
They express the hope that there will
lie no oilier celeliratlou luauizuralod bv
the people ot the city generally, but that
all will uulte with them In ous glorious
recognition of our country's natal day.
The urogram will be published alniut
June 'ia. It provide for a Uag-ratslng
celebration between the hour of U a. lu.
aud 12 lu. i another celebration between
'i and 6 p. in., and a display of fireworks
In the evening.
Haiute will be fired from the old town
batteries, the veteran C'olouel Hull hav
ing command of the military part ot the
In due time Invitation will be Issued
to all the military aud civic organiza
tions of Albuqueruue to participate. A
pretty feature of the flag ralslug eveut
will be the surrounding of the speakers
by little girls in white wearing red,
while and blue sashes aud colored
Nestor Uontoya, who Is one of th en
thiutastto promoters of the eelebratlou,
has been out ou a collecting tour aud
reports that bs met with a generous re-
hhiiiks ami the tluaiiclal end ot the cele
bration will be such as to make It a suc
cess. 1 lis executive committee Includes
lion. Jesus llomero, Nestor Uontoya,
Heferlno I'roliol aud C. U. Murphy.
No Uoabl Ha waa tturdarad.
The charred and blackened remains of
a mau were found In the ruins ot th old
ranch house at McKlttrlck Springs. Sun
day, aud were Identified as th body ot
Dduton Kobertsou. That he was murder
ed and th bouse burned to conceal evl
dencss of the crime Is practlcal'v Droven
McKlttrlck Springs are sittmtel about
eight mil"' a lltMi north t of KUj.
Th spring furnish wttor for stoc'x pur
poses, and ths buildings consisted of a
small frams h'nue and a snvill r.sk
house built ss a protection lo the spring
ami rrsiorsi;e purposes. Hubert .on fur
sometime psst has lived there In charge
of his herd of gnats. -Kddy Argus.
Itctliheft tha ra.
A startling Incident, rf which Mr.
John Oliver of Pblladi Iphln, was the nile
Ject, Is narrated by him as follows: "I
asina most dreadful condition. Jly
skin was slniosl yellow, ejes sunken,
tongue coated, pain continually tubjrk
and sides, no app tile gradually grow
ing weaker day by dny. Three phy-do
aus us i given ni'i up. I"iiriuiiiteiy a i
friend advised trying 'Ktectrlo Hitters;' I
and to my great ) y bil l surprise, the
first bottle made a decided Improvement. .
I continued their u.e for three weeks, !
ano am now a wen man. I know they
saved my life and robbed the prsveiif
another victim." No one eh hi Id fail to
try them. Only ISO rents per bottle, at
J. H. O'Reilly & Co.'s drug store.
Ths pension of Santiago Honney, of
Watrotis, has been Increased from f to
$10 per month.
Barbara C. de Castellane", of Caa8nla-
xar, has been granted an original widow's
pension of f 8 per month.
John L. Kiuerson, of Kddy, K My coun
ty, has been appointed a notary public by I
Oou-rnor Otero. I
St. Vincent Acadcmr St. Aarr Boy.'
Thin evening, At Om opnra lnm ht.
Vincent arn'trinj anl 8t. Murja boy'
flchoo. will hoi. I forth, th R.HtiT rmvlng
arranged thn following lntrHiting iro
Valac Cu.rl r Ilfhlnn
ht. Oiiliii ift hi Htra.
Uprnlnff Churtin H li Hrh(o
l'letlllriAillfB If, hV-t U. I.. flffH,
A. Mtk.tv ml M Unit.
V(nlltiMtKiHH Josir Hamw Miiri It. I j h.
Omtmit .Mi.i iiiin l.utt
riret I latum Mmsn u, Mnxwrll, K.
(rlrHrd, K. Ilntit and .. riiirriw.
HfCOIld I'lfiiMin-M irnf w tl. Kvrntt, L.
LtlU, I, I'tiWfrn ;tiul A- M Khv.
Vlttlllia MiHsifH JtmiH mid Lihum lirirrm.
Old NUn John Minim Hoys
f itti)iNf Mtworn r. DoiiuImk. j. VV Hitili,
K. Komrrit, K. Mfycm.
IIiMip I trill Junior witls, A Iivikmi
I uinua Mrnwn L Lutx, it. MiiiweJl.
K (iirnrd mid i). hventt.
M y Tea Prniy . M hh Lola Nrhrr
i'IuimiMim K. Irlftir I.
KeciUtion .Vlm 1 rtiirudt If .it well
lfwiy' Mtir- h to Vii turv,
KlrM t-'iHitt'H Mimi'1 ,M. button, M.
'Ilfrnt-y, J. Il.trni urn I C- Hnln,
StTtind riitniM - Mirmt'i A. Mi K.iy, J.
tilnml, C tliitriH mnl C. Artniju.
Thr Fairika Kk ki..
Uurenut the f'airleM
Little Jitritiitn Arm no
Mu Id of Honor H huh ma 1'uriin
Atlfiiduni) Lola Nt-ticr. Kditli Lot-In,
In-ntgie LuU, ll'iirittu Lm'lm.
Trumi't'ttr Mutter Irvin Si hh rrtli
I'uxva Alitntcm Aaron L'mtiing and
I'rlncrwflffi Afi8r)i K. Koinrro, A
Uuiiillvcii, J. Uvlnti mid
Fafrlca of 8prinn. .'iminer, Auttimn
aiul V inter.
1'ianlnt Mint Klme it Irard.
KecltatUlU.. Mim ttfrirmln k.ikln
Ttntmjr .fiilor lioyn
t'lHQoa ftii-mea it. iirron, b. Mem, U. '
Artniju and S, Loiuhaidu.
Dance of the June Hntia Holat
1 irtft I'l.intu Mifi-st K I leron, M. '1'irr-
ney, K. Stum tun I l. AnniHr
Hefontl 1'iiiitiHi -M im-m-h H Lo ( K,
tint I in, 8. Loinhardo and M. Hi It' in.
Pantomime KltM iitton Cnm
Kerlter Mim Tillif Annuo
Oumle Walic Sifiuer
I'lHtioa - Mitr A. Dntiohue, K. MrytT,
K. Konifru, Stntin, J. mIIi. C.
Ahii HI, A. Ktr"i. M. I'Oiiohue,
II. ifotu.ileN, H. Lot tw, M.
Mi Kity and K. (iallui.
When Grandma SV a tnr
Planoa - MiKsea K. Meyi-rn, N. lono
htit, K. Komero aud J- W hUIi.
Kerltation M.iiit r J. I L'.rr
Th Ulue and the titHy (drill) Junior Jfoyit
l aptain MHntcr J Htintun.
Kfcltation Uimier W, Keleher
Mldnuiiimer Niyht'a terrain
Piano Soloa Uim-i . .Ih-mcII and
K. t fiinrtl.
Piano Ihirta-MiitHi-t, r Huita, L. Pow
rti, O. Kvetitt hih! L. Luti.
VhdiUH M uMsen J. ami L. 11 urn a.
The Klowt-r tiatlicrern .
Junior tiirle, H iviIod
Planoa Mit It Loclttt, 1. Armijo,
h. Htem anil S. Loml.ar.lo.
Vlohna-Mimm A, Mi Kay and Lui y
Ht. Cecilia (Jrchenlra.
Kecitatlon Muster J. H ott
Te I'fuin Lloyd
I'lauoa-Mtrmra K. HuUh. A. McKay, L.
i'oWflM Hill) L Lut.
Vlollna -Mtattea Joaie Hartiaml II. Lotli.
Valedn lory .Mimm i n-itnult Matwt-11
Addreaa Hon. I Itomusj N- Wilkfraon
Awunlmtf of LiiiloinaH mid Mi-(UI.
k. or i.
Mineral LoiIka No. 4
KulKhts of Pythias All
nismbcrs are rcqumtcil to b
prtwnt at their ('untie Hall
on Oolil avenue at 7 ::Nio'clock
J. K. I'KAHt K. C. C.
M. II. SaltlN. K. of K. A, 8.
Vitalize Your Blood, Overcome That
Tlrd Feeling. Get a bottle, of
Ho4's Sarsaparllla and begin to
Us It TODAY, and realize the great
food It is sure to do you.
I Anuria' Orsatast MaOiotoa. A II drugglxs.
has no Equal as
An Infant food.
, "INFANT HEALTH"sint
FREE on Application
NivvtoR Cosmssco Mas Co sv
is that of the Euuitable
Life Assurance Society
jnirt-ncned behind $236,-
000,000 of AfSt-ts Of which
$50,000,000 is Surplus, it
t ao h'ui dtfiance to "hard
times" or falling values"
or "lowering interest rate."
Thtre it no other company
in the world so strongly
intrtnehed so absolutely
impregnable. There are
many good strong com
panies, but the Equitable
is the strongest of them
urn asslrancr society
OF THH UNITED STATES.
"Mlrons-Mt In the World."
WALTER N. PARKHURST,
New Mexico and Arizona Department,
ALBUQUERQUE, N. M.
JACOB KUJiBEUA CO
Msnnfsrtnrercf "S rVsii-r
TL Brst KasUra-Msd Vbli:l.
fine oi'se-Shoclnf Specialty.
Batisfantlon Quarantasd In All Work
RepalrlniTi Painting and Trimming
lhma on Kbnrt N olios. 1 1 1 1 1 1 1
Shop, Coroar Copper It. in. First St.,
Aisqnai. N. M
ft.vi-rviMMijr :la ho.
i'ti'i' 's I an l . c.i'Ii.ii I . tlio Hunt won
luTil l uiL.-'.il illsniM tv of tlic nife, p't-aa-ml.
iiii'l 1 1'lr.'slnnif to llm tim ai l iinntly
umi poi.M-i ly mi kiliir. hviiRiid iHiwela,
ili'Atiim? tliti inilii-A avNt.-m, cllnH.-l colds,
run) hi- i.lnclic, Irvi r, Imliiluiil l oimllpnllon
ami l i , ioi 1 1'lrnmi liny mid try a boi
of C.C.C. Intlnv; 10, us, Mii-cnia. Hold ami
giiarauloed to ciira by all druggists.
WAKII II, SOU LK, KIM AND LOST.
Wanted A (rorxl team of work horsss,
fr purrliap or rxrliaugs. Call 413 South
Wantsil Posltlnu to do gsnsral honss
work liy an Aiuprlcan Rlrl. Address by
hitter, 310 Carroll avenue.
Traveling salesmen with Rood refer
enres can apply to Kandall Hall ft Co.,
(Nhley tmllillnir, Chicago, for light Hue
of cutlery. Humpies on commissi on.
Wanted JiiHt to Inform you that J. 0.
Iilileou, the Flrnt street second hand
gisiils ninn pays the highest price tor any
-alahle urtu'le couipatilile with selling
ths same at a very small profit.
Uaiiamr Nohmand, Clairvoyant,
Paliulrtl and Magnetic Healer, can be con
sulted on all ailalrs of life. Give love
and lucky charm. Will call at residence;
no extra charge. 110 South Third
Two houses and lots. Inquire of Frank
K. Daniels, 1413 south Kirst street, Al
buquerque. Native wins, purs and healthful, at
only GO cents a git I Ion at C. A. Grande's
X north Broadway.
Kor sals A ilrst-class soda water plant
in a live thriving town; good business.
Inquire at Citi.kn otlio for particular.
LoHt A golden opportunity If yon fall
lo take advantage of the great removal
xals uow going ou at J. 0. Gideon's, the
people's furniture man, Kirst street, Dear
Fur Ovar rirty Vaan.
An Old and Wkll-Thikd Urmrdy.
Mrs. HIiimIow's Hootlilug Hyrup has
been used for over Ufty years by millions
of mothers for their children while teeth
ing, with perfect success. It soothe the
jlnlil, mifteus the gums, allays all pain,
cures wind colic, and Is the best remedy
for diarrhoea. It Is pleasant to the taste.
Sold by druggists lu every part ot the
world. Twenty-live oents a bottle, lu
value Incalculable, he sure and ask
for Mrs. w iuslow's Soothing Hyrup, and
take no other kind.
Hlnheat Vaah rrloaa I'ald
Kor furniture, stoves, carpets, clothing,
trunks, harness, saddles, shoes, etc.
Mart's, 117 Gold avenue, next to Welln
Kargo Kx press oilice. Bee me before you
buy or sell.
Hundreds of thousands have been In
duced to try Chamberlain's Cough Item
ed? by reading what It has dons for oth
ers, and having tested Its merits fur
llieiiinelves are to-day Its warmest
friends. Kor ale by all druggists.
Ill the matter of the estate of the late
lion Mouloo Miralial, of Hail llafael,
Valencia anility, New Mexico.
Ail Interested are nolllled that on the
4th day of April, IHim, the undersigned
was by the probate court ot Valencia
county. N. II., duly appoiuted executor ot
said eNtute, aud did at once qualify lu the
premises, and that therefore all persons
having claims agaiiiNt said estate must
present them for allowance within one
year from such appointment. All per
sons knowing themselves to be ludebted
to said estate are requested to at once
settle the claim. Claims may be pre
sented to the undesigned at Han Kafael,
N. M., or to H. 8. Hodey, the attorney for
the etitute, at his otlice In Albuquerque,
N. M.. SlLVI&THK MlKABAL,
- Tha Shin tnau malls llliyrla Saddla
Is healthful, satisfactory, entirely new,
pneumatic linee and edge, combined with
(iroiid sort felt pads, ou which th pelvic
lioues reals, aud alTnrds more seating
Hiirfuce without dialing than any saddle
iiiveiiti-d. Kecouiineiided by phrilfiniis lo
be truly hygienic Kor sale at Hid Town
pontiilllce ou the plaza.
I mu agent fur Utile's ami Coop
er's hheep dip. Blieop owners cull secure
luirgiiiiis fri.in me. llii.iee who biiyshetip
dip Iri'iu me cull have the use of my
ranch mul dippiug pens free of charge.
Grauls, New Mexico.
That Tired Feeling
Tk,i ik J --- i j tii .
uiu iiiaii cxprncncsTO wniitj wn
ing for a dfci.ion by the rovrmmcnl. fui
ks.M A...A k.. i.
"That Tired Feeling"
That everyone thai ndt a tprinf nwdV
cine fl, k diiptllrd by the Action on ths
m Tmmm i .. J LI - (
my ui t jt ouupic tumprmna
Extract of Saraaoarilla
V acknowledge no inferior j a blood
ptirfirr snd tonic Price umi as the ordi
J II. O'REILLY & CO
HAUL A. atallll.ll
ITTOHNKY AT LW. Room 10, Crom
well hliMk, AlbiiiUi-raiir, N. M.
f. R. MS II Kill IS,
I HVL KNHINKVK-HI'K.t M l.TV-lrtia.
' tlon and Wstrr. Hupp y Kmmlnitlnnssnd
"'I'l'Tn. mp, i ihiii unn Mtimsts. Coirra
l on lencr Huliriird. Knom l, Aimila block,
M'l. Dium.anii naiiroao avpnni..
iiks, himhup at manor.
HOMfkOPATHIC PIITMICIAN8 AND
Hllraf una llSlr-a an.1 rMi .1 .
Ofllra. 7;ld Taleolione UW. Nrw Trlruliiina
IMS. Mrs. Marlon lll.lwm M II nmm l.......
in n p. m. rrjnt u. MUhop, M. U..aftlra
u ...r.. . in u a. m. nnn j 10 s and 7 to ( p. m
' ' .mm m tt iniiirr a.
pi'YSICIAN ANO Hi:K(;.(iN-CiWra In
a id i hud nrrT-l. lln r,y:. jo toll a. in. I 1
lo i. m. Mpi-tial lenilui. iriTn lo elm nlr
anil en ttmt-. if a on rn.
H. It. Jl) ;(.,
AKCItITKCT-Me. tpr:ilniiont snd 1 1.
tlmsla I'lrnldliTMl lot all c ),..- nf hnlfl.
lo ..! aii.liitectaial wtia. CIIU..i: UuS h
H il1 an Aenue.
lMCK and realdenee, ha. 411 WaatOr.d
I r aanae. Tflc.linnNo. 3S. ( 'Bice hoi r
a iu a a. in.; i tun lo no and 7 In p. m.
i H. Sm-.rfdr. al, O. J. H. kaalvrday. St. O
W. a. Hla at. I,
0"VICK U()UK-tTntll a. m. and from
I. so m 8 so nd from 7 to (p.m. Oij-a
nrt rraidence, I'AO Weal Oold icnua, Alon
luerqna, N. at
K. J, Alg-ar, tl. n, .
RMIJO HUlCK, tiPPONITK ILI-KLO
L lima'. Utlice tioura: a a. m. In lfl:Su
p. m.l:B0 p.m. lo 5 p. m. Auto. Tel. No.
IdJ, Appnlntmenta made l.v mail.
BKHMAKU S. ROUn,
TTOHNKY.AT LAW, Albntinerqoe. N.
. M. Prnmot attfriliin alvn th ail i.tin.
prrtalnlna lo tha pn.teaahili. Will practice la
all roiirtaof th trrritory and btlora ilia L'oltrd
Hiaia land t.ftlca.
WILLIAM l. UK,
A TTURNhV-AT-LAW. (llllce
T. Aimiln hi.ll.ll.
Will ptacUcs lo
all llir courta ol the irmu.iy
A TTUKNKY3-AT LAW. Albnqurrnne, N.
M. t Hlice, loomi a aud a, tUst National
H. W. It. HUT A N
TTOKNkY-AT-LAW, Alhnrnierqne, N.
i. at. Otlice, 1-lMrt National Hank bulldln.
HANK W. ( LANtV,
4 TTOKNhY AT-LAW, room t and 8, N.
i V T. Armt)u builditm, Albugitrrgtie, N. M.
TTORNKY AT-LAW. omcpoTRnb.
L rrtsMin grnciry tore, Albngiierqtie, N. U.
(M Iht Dannmbmim Molltr irtt Mill at Htr
DhIMIi), N. M., the !Hilf to 1 Hke I'lNce at
front l(Hr uf tlr.tr ToMttitlu e at AU
biHjiivrq.ie, N. M.. at 1 1 o'clixk
a.m., Juua It. lHUtt.
Public ntitlre la hrrrby fflvrn thai brratiae
LlM-tle Ouiiuriibfiiim. Joinni by hrr liUHband,
ilid ou Jut it 1,7, iHtMt, niakv thrir tnut tlrrd to
the uniltmiK tied to acur unto Hamurl Lwia
thr l'HVmftit,withc(mUjrrit -tul intcrrHt, of their
pmimwiory note of that date for iM.Foo run
nttiK onr yciir with tnlvrent at 14 per crnt ;rr
annum, mlix h Mid trimt drrd ia rerordrd in
the Pi-dllu'io rrcorder a tti'-e of Ifrrnatllln
rounty. New Mcili , in volume b at vugt lMtf
tt the KtnottUul 'Irtmt bred: anduiil also
thereHfter, on the lmh duy ot November of
thHt wtme year, rierute to the uiHiemignrd an
atlditional or aiiriitemental triint instrument to
m-t urr unto aaul Lr i. tlit-ir note of the Utter
dute lor irl.ooo adilitional. rnnnlntf one year
from the Utter dHle and brantiH like Intereat,
and wlncli Mid Utter Instrument la alo record
ed in Baid ihiiic otlice and Imok atpuMeSl-i;
ami beiHuae both of aaid protniawiry noteaare
now lontf (aHt due and unpaid, and being to
requeued in writing by the irx.il holder of utld
pronnriNory note, and tetnH in. thereunto duly
authorised by said two trust limtriiments:
In order to pay aaid two not en. together with
the interest, fees, Uiesand coots in the prem
HHa, 1 w ill, Ht 11 uMiH k a. m., on Saturday.
June 1H. INUH, at the front door of the t inted
States pout oil ue in the rity i-f Albuiiiergue, tn
said county, sell at public vendue, to the tnuti
etti snd tet bidder for ( Huh, all of the real es
tate and chattels mentioned in said two trust
instruments, aud which are aa followa. that la
to nny ;
The Dannenbanm Holler Urini Mill com
plete, the same being "a trtu t of land situated
hi the town of Bernalillo In said county, meas
uring Ibu feet from tionli to south, and 'ta4
(eel from east to est, at id being bounded on
the north by a line seven feet south of
the fence of Kentora L,. de Klrchner,
south by a line seventeen feet north of the
table or Josef a 1. I'aMtllo, aud being the same
piece of land deeded to L. Danneiibamn by
ileed dated June tl, 1HU0, from Joseta 4. t,as
tillo as the same Is recorded In the ea-oHicio
re-outer's ottice for tlemahllo county, New
Mr i ico, In book at page y:i'J; also all the
buildings and chattels situated upou na id tract
of land, the buildings being the 1 Jannen
bauin r louring Mill, and the chattels teiiig the
milling machinery, consisting of a Htchmond
( Ind.) City Mills Works roller grist mill coin.
J'lele. according to the plan of said works of
tinea. mo, No. a-,4tij. and consisting of a
Uuler and engine anil their trappH'lit cum.
plete, rollers, tluHtera. bins, shafting and ma
chinery, elevators, belting, pulleys, boltera,
sieves, punliers, scourers, littppem, etc., etc.
The buildings aud mat hinery are practically
Dew, and are in pet feet order.
I his is the bent chance lor a mill man to be
bail In the southwest.
1 he total amount of the debt. Including the
principal notes, interest, cowls, fees, etc., up lo
the time of the aale will be about the turn of
a,Hoo. Noa li.fKi i. Trustee,
ii. H. KoDBY, Attorney for Trustee.
Whereas, nmikel Morelll and Julia Morelll.
did, in ami by a certaiu deed of trunt, dated
the IMh day of August, lhu-t, and rei ttded In
Hook 4, pau e ti'i'.i, ol ttic record ol trust deeds,
in the county of Hern.ilillo, territory of New
M cik'o, in the ollli e otttu probate clerk amies
olticio recorder ol said county, t onvey to J. K.
fiuUer, as truwtte, the following real estate,
situate in the city tit Albuqucrqe, county of
lleinalillo and territory ul New Meiico, to-
A lot fifty (ftO) by one hundred and forty
two U U feet, on the northwest corner of
ashitiKton avenue and Hroudv-uy, Alhuquer
tiie, New Memo, the same ftniitmy titty tr0)
leel ou Broadway and one bundled and forty
two tlij) feet on Washington venue, and
tiouuded on the north by prtti-eriy of C.
tiramle anil on the went by
Jesuit h al hers, ll being th
t by A- M. tientile or
itr lite same niece if
ground couvvyed to gnacio Selva by A. M.
tientile, lieceinlarr Hi, Ihnti, artd recorded In
book h. pae al, records of lieriiuhllo county,
h.tid deed of trust w as made to secure Charles
St hoi 1 the payment of a ptoinihrtory note de
scrihed hi said deed of truut d.iied the li'ith day
of August, IMH, and being for the sum of two
thou. i id CJ.ooo) ill illairrt, iayahle to the order
of the said C harles N. hull in one year from the
dale thereof, w ith interest thereon from matur
ity at the i ate of ten per cent per annum until
And whereas, the whole of said note, together
with interest thereon liom the lnth day of No
veinhep, JMMJ, at the rate aforesaid, is due and
Now, therefore, on the application in writing
of the legal holder ot iaid ptomisory note, and
in ac cordance w ith the lei ins and conditions of
said deed of trust, and the powrr ve led in me
as trustee. 1 do hereby ttive notice, that tor the
purpose of paying the principal and interest of
the saul pitiiuissory note, amounting on the
day of sale heicimtiter mentioned to the sum
ol two thousand three bundled and thirty dol
lars and lilty tents i J,.t.io.fo i, nd all costs
ami elpenses attending the e&ei utioii of said
process. Including nmt of advettising. sale and
coitveyanie, aUo the reasotnlile fees of the
trustee, and aUo a rea.ionahle solicitor's fee, all
provided to be paid l y the said deed of trust,
1 will, on Monday, the I lih day ol July, Ih.iM,
at the hour of 1 J o Iik k, noon, of said day. at
the front door ol the poMollue in the t ity of
Albuijueniue, 4 utility ot lieinallllo, in the ter
riloty of New Meiico, sell and dispose of the
Siiid hereitll efote des rtbed real et.tle al public
aiii lum, to the hi heal and best bidder for cash,
to pay said Indebtedness nd the elpenses at
leuding the ea.ee utioii of s.nd ttut.
J. ft, bi i o u, Trustee.
Albuquerque, N. M , June 1 1, i i.'H.
AUK NTS WANT K O Kl)H WAK WITH
hi' A t N " mu lulling battlea tin sea and
land. Contains all about armies, navies, forts
and warships of both nation, and graphic
story of the great victory ot the g.tllaiit few ey ;
tells e - ery thing alntut SampMiii, Si hley, r 111
huiah I. ee aiul leading t timiiiaiideis. by Hon.
James k auk in oung, the mttej ui leader for
C uba 1 1 hie in the hal Is of C oiiiess. The
gieatesi war hook published, tloo laice puues;
lotisupeib illiisti.iiuins, many in lull colors
Has larye colored maps, lliixest book, high
est ct in missions, lowest pi ii e ; only 175.
Kach stitMM riher ri etves giKiid 1 iemiuin
fn-e. Ieiuand enormous; harvest for uueiils;
ao days' ciedit; f iei. ht paid ; t m it tit free. Write
to il.iy. Address I he National Honk Cotueru.
lep t. IIS, ii,tl Ueai botu street, C hu .o.
Utmtlmuon and patrlutx, Ufor (ruing
lo war tin; votir uiiitrtrwxar ami furulnli
log giKNlH at tint (inlilt-n Hnie lry MootU
Cm. anil auve halt.
Whitcomb Springs and Health Resort,
Eighteen milei east of Albuquerque, N. M.
Open A.11 the Year.
Good accomoaations at reasonable rate. The following it the
analysis of one of the various springs at the Resort:
Sodium chloride, grains per gallon , , .1937
Calcium sulphate, grains per gallon 1.4360
Calcium carbonate, grains per gallon 8.1896
Magnesium carbonate, grains per gallon 1.5188
Total , 3371
Water delivered in the city. Conveyance leaves Albuquerque
for the springs every Wednesday and Saturday morning.
tX-ar-e. 01 :e:.zy.oxi: -jyiryvTZ".
Order slate at O. W. Strono-'. mrnr KornnJ ., .i --
- - - r r - ovi auii .umit:r
avenue, Albuquerque, New Mexico.
H. G. WH1TCOMD. Proprietor.
W. V. FUTRELLE,
Cor: First tfld Gold, iyfl0K'1 Albnqaerque, New Mexico.
L. B. PUTNEY,
Wholesale Grocer I
FLOUIi, GRAIN &
Cnr Lota a S partial ty.
Farm and Freight Wagons!
RAILROAD AVENUE. r i t ALBUQUERQUE, N. M
.1 ii!lal I m. to
First St. and Lead
1 uuuiin aa
Good Goods at Low Prices.
113 Railroad Avenue, Albuquerque, N. M.
CRESCENT COAL YARD.
GALLUP COAL Best Do
mestic Coal in use. Yard
opposite Freight OH ice
A. J, CRAWFORD, Agent,
New Telephone No. f64..
Old Telephone No 25
Leave ordersTrlmble's stables
Gall at Headquarters for
Iatlir, llarnmw, SaiUllM, Badillr,
Bailitlery llardwara. Cut Solto., Hlioe
Nallit, HmuHH, Chaliia, Yi lilis, t'ullara,
Bweat 1'aiU. Cantor Oil, Axle (lrtan,
HohUid Coach till, Cnto Ntrro, Huililv
HarvBritHr Oil, NeatMfu.it Oil, Lard Oil,
llarowi Oil, LimtrKHl Oil.Caritlle 8oap,
HarntrNa Hoap, Carriage Hi-ongM
Cliauiuia Bkiu, Uurne Wrultcliiwi.
Frloa tlao Ijoweatt.
HlgliKHt alarkut Vrlem Palil tor UIiIkh
Thos. F. Keleher,
404 Railroad Avr Albuquarqu.
If jou cannot Hud the goodri al th
KooQ.uilt It la no uae looking elHtmr
1 the eoiiiiuoa xirtwnlou amongst th
ladle of Albuijueriue.
Whole.talB and Krtall Dealer
Irolrl ChRp for C.h or on
thr Inatallmrnt flan. Ainu
rrDtrd at rraaoaatlc ratca.
Fop Sick or Wll.
Pleasant, Toning, dcarulng, RebuiUing Invigorating, Strength
ening. Withh you can have In vour own room, a Sanitarium,
Mot irpringi, Turkuh, KuaaUn. Mcdicatfd, Dry Slcam, Vapor,
AlcohoL Oxygtn. Perfuml, Minaral, Quinln or Sulphur
Batha, At a Coal of about 3 cnU per bath.
HYGIENIC BATH CABINET COMPANY,
R. M. IRWIN, President and Manager.!
607 Church Strut, Nashville, Tennessee.
Oarrlaa tha Laraat aa -Moat
Maaaoalaa Mtavoh of
-rsTArLE : qiiooerikh:
Ta ka fooad Hoalbwaat.
A complete Stock of the
Douglas Shoes and Slippers.
Ladies' Button and
Shoes of All
BiLLINd BROH., Paoramoai.
Wedding Cakes a Specialty !
W Daair Patronaga, and
auarantrM Plnt-Olaa Bakluir.
ralacrapbordaraaollcttedand Prom oil r Klllrd
A. E. WALKER,
Secretarj latnil BalldlDg luoclitlon.
Ofllna at J. C. HaldrtdaVa Lanihar Tarrl.
All kinds of Fresh and Sa
Meats. , .. .. ...
Steam Sausage Factory,
31 A SO NIC TMCJIPL E,
UMILK LELN WOKT l'rop
Kutrelle. oonier Uold and Kiret HtrK
will aell jrou good wall paper at 120
double roll aud up.